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Sponsorships & PR with A Southern Accent


Thank you for your interest in partnering with A Southern Accent. I've been blogging for more than four years and have a great group of readers with which I've established wonderful relationships and true friendships.

I named my blog A Southern Accent to not only represent the way I talk, but to represent my love for the southern pace of living and the unique style that represents life in the south.

Topics covered on my blog include:
  • Parenting
  • Southern Culture
  • Working
  • Decorating
  • DIY projects and tutorials
  • Fashion
  • Photography
  • Pop Culture
  • Travel
  • Local features (Durham / Chapel Hill / North Carolina)
...and anything else that may pop in my head on a particular day!

Readership:

My readership is mostly females, from 20 to 75! I get readers from all over the country, and some from other areas of the world as well.  Currently I have around 20,000 total pages views a month - and growing every day!

If you're a local Durham or Chapel Hill business, I also love to do special features on Durham, so please contact me for more information or how to promote your organization online!


Ad Space is offered at only $20 per month!

The blog is typically updated 3 times per week, with fresh and interesting content.
Ads accepted on a first-come, first served basis
Button ads accepted and placed prominently in right sidebar with link to your web page and I write a feature on you the first month of your sponsorship.
Currently there are 10 ad spaces offered per month, at 135 x 135 pixels.

I also love to offer my readers giveaways (at least $30 value) that would be of interest to them, so email me and we’ll discuss if you have something you’d like to share with me. 

Please email me for more information or more ideas:
asuthernaccent at aol dot com (Yes, it's asuthernaccent - no o - asouthernaccent was already taken!)

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moo.com has templates for mini cards that would be perfect for blog cards. Cathe at Just Something I Madeposted some great examples of blog cards she's used in the past to promote her blog -
see below image from her blog:

Let me know if you need a design and I can put something together for you!

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